Yes! Our Superior Culinary and Ceremonial Grade matcha is JAS and USDA certified organic.
Artisan grade "Okumidori" matcha is EUROFINS certified pesticide free and although meet all organic standards, are not certified organic.
Matcha is sensitive to air and heat. We recommend to place your matcha in the fridge for optimal freshness.
You can enjoy your matcha as many times as you like but keep in mind that matcha contains caffeine. If you are sensitive to caffeine we would recommend 1 to 2 cups a day as the energy kick is long lasting (4-6 hours)
It depends on how strong you like your matcha. Typically, if you're using 1/2 a teaspoon per serving, the 30g bag could make 15-20 cups. If you're looking for something that will last longer, our 100g bag is more cost effective and can make around 50-70 cups.
Matcha should be used in 8 weeks after opening for optimal taste.
Our organic matcha is produced in the Uji region of Kyoto. Artisan matcha is produced in Kikugawa region of Shizuoka.
Our Matcha is produced over 600km south-west from Fukushima. Our farms were not affected by the Fukushima disaster and is radiation free.
Yes, our matcha has been tested for radiation, and test results came in negative. Certificate number: H1400086-01
It is recommended to reduce caffeine while pregnant or breastfeeding. If you usually drink 1-2 cups of coffee a day then matcha should be fine (as well as benefiting from all of matcha's wonders)
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